tv Today in the Bay NBC November 10, 2015 5:00am-6:01am PST
"today in the bay" starts right now. and a very good morning to you. thanks so much for joining us, i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> starting to become an early week trend. the case of the mondays means the case of rain in the bay area. kari hall is tracking that and how were our totals, kari? >> most areas getting half an inch of rain and a nice way to start out the week with the soaking of rain. now it's starting to dry out and feeling much cooler in the north bay. it's 35 degrees and 47 degrees in san francisco and the east bay and the peninsula. today expect highs in the low 60s and a few mid-60s there in the north bay and i'll detail that and a look ahead to the rest of the week, coming up. but let's check in now with mike and how is it looking at the bay bridge toll plaza? >> someone backing up. not a big backup, one van was backing backing. don't ever back up. continue through and take care of it with the folks at the toll gate. note crash and as we look at the map, a nice, easy drive.
great drive all around. that ladder still reported in the slow lane. the only thing reported and then maybe a quick traffic break. back to you. breaking overnight, a terrifying scene to wake up to. police say an suv lost control, as you see, it is embedded inside of a house. it crashed into the garage and in the process pinning the woman who was sleeping there underneath the car. the scene off san leandro off farnsworth and purdue street still under investigation. >> can you imagine waking up to that? bob redell is there live. do police know what might have led up to this? >> laura and sam, they're not saying, at least not yet. san leandro police will look into whether or not the person, the driver of the suv who crashed into the side of the home here in san leandro to find out whether or not he was under the influence or some other factor that caused him talose control of his suv. this was around 9:30 last night.
a witness believes he was traveling around 100 miles an hour as he came down farnsworth, clipped a car, jumped a curb and careened into the side of that garage, which had been convert under to a bedroom for the family's 25-year-old deuter. she ended up pinned underneath the suv as her family frantically tried to rescue her. >> we just heard the dad screaming, oh, my god, my daughter. she's in the garage. >> the fire department pulled the woman to safety and had her taken to the hospital with serious injuries. the driver also transported but last week spoke with police have not been taken into custody. several people live in this house. we believe that the red cross will be helping them until their home is made safe, again. reporting live here in san leandro, bob redell. >> do we know the relationship between the people living in the house and the woman sleeping in the garage? >> the 25-year-old woman was their adult daughter. >> thank you, bob. now, to another neighborhood
turned upside down. a deadly hostage standoff that unfolded in san jose on monday. in the end, the gunman and a hostage are dead and an officer is also wounded. "today in the bay" kris sanchez joins us live. we're learning more about this tense standoff that basically stopped things in this neighborhood for all afternoon. >> right. it's all quiet right here right now, sam. but the neighbors say that when this is all developing last night their neighborhood really did feel like a war zone. we know that a man took a woman hostage inside this quaint little home and it did not end well for either of them. an officer who was crazed by a bullet. san jose police say they first got the call about a hostage situation around 2:00 in the afternoon. that there was a suspect in that home and that suspect had reportedly fired two shots into the ground even before he went into that home to hold that woman against her will. immediately, police set up a perimeter and evacuated neighbors from the surrounding areas because it was a tense situation and police were then
trying to make contact with the man inside. the chp even shut down the freeway ramp to highway 85 for some time to sort of contain the situation. we are not confirming how the suspect and the woman know each other, but neighbors say the standoff was really something unlike any of them have seen before. about three hours after the standoff started, police say the man emerged from his home with a handgun and that's when shots were fired and the suspect fell. when officers rushed into the home at that time, it was too late and that woman was no longer alive. >> stunned. i've lived here for about 30 years and i can't recall anything like this happening in my neighborhood. >> now, san jose police officer was crazed by a bullet, but we are told that his injuries are nonlife threatening and he will survive. and students at a nearby middle school were on locked down during that standoff. they'll likely be talking about this for much of the morning. kris sanchez, "today in the
bay." it is 5:04 right now. fed up with car break-ins. two san francisco club promoters are taking matters into their own hands and teaming up to handle security outside their shows. but numbers are slipping. regulars told them routine smash and grabs near 11th and fulsome are keeping them at home. now, promoters are extending their security plan into the neighborhood by hiring a guard to roam the streets. >> i'm the romer and make sure the cars don't get broken into and usually they go, no, it's okay, it's fine. >> after months of one man patrols, promoters believe it's helping. people are talking about the shows and not all the shattered glass. tonight at 11:00, we investigate what is behind the spike in car break-ins and what made breaking into cars more enticing for thieves. no more headache.
that is the word from u.s. soccer when it comes to kids on the field. all in an effort to reduce the number of concussions associated with youth soccer players. "today in the bay" stephanie chuang joining us live and this new protocol follows litigation fa fil filed here in san francisco. >> over the concern of concussions resolved in a settlement announced just this week. along with it, the u.s. soccer federation announcing rules that it is bringing now to u.s. youth national teams. it bans soccer players ten years and younger from heading ever. u.s. soccer says players 11 to 13 will also only allowed to head the ball during games and said there should be medical professionals on the field and not coaches who decide whether a player can stay in the game. these are moves to do several things. improve concussion awareness and education is at the top of the list. build more on how to manage
concussions and also deal with substitution rules. u.s. soccer says consult would the soccer community in creating these new guidelines and a new part of that lawsuit filed in san francisco august of 2014 by players and parents over concussions. the players never sought monetary damages, just changes in the rules. in july the judge did dismiss against fifa. u.s. soccer, by the way, says it will release more details of its plan in the next 30 days concerning safety. coming up for us, hear from the people in the soccer world, including professionals. the reaction on these new rules in about half an hour. live in our san francisco newsroom, stephanie chuang. >> thank you very much. it is 5:07. the threat of winter storms has people in san francisco preparing for a potential flooding. this weekend neighbors can take up free sandbags at five different locations around the city. here's a list of the
distribution sites. the fire department training facility at 19th and folsom streets and the great highway at balboa street and sunset circle parking lot at lake merced and golden gate on 7th street. all five locations will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. both this saturday and next saturday, as well. so, get ready. we're kind of in a pattern here of rain on monday. >> bearing down. el nino. >> don't let them get you down. >> actuallyila a little bit damn the streets from yesterday. >> we did have a quick-moving light shower in the south bay and that moved through right about 2:30 in the morning. that produced a little bit of a sheen on the roads before you head out. if you're about to head out soon, otherwise we'll have a chance to dry out. looking at some of those 24-hour rainfall totals. gilroy had over a 0.5 of rain and palo alto and more in san jose.
0.6 and san francisco had 0.3 it came down fast and furious and created some slippery conditions as a lot of people were heading to work yesterday. and now it's cool, dry, highs today topping out in the mid to upper 60s or mid up to 50s. upper 50s, lower 60s. 65 degrees today in pittsburg. mike? >> you have it just the way i like it. we're looking over here to the south bay where traffic flows just like we like it, as well. little sheen on the roadway, kari, we're talking about. silicon valley map. the rain traveled through this portion of the bay. the roadways, though, the freeways. they're just damp. watch those transitions. no big incidents reported around the bay and that ladder has cleared from the interchange. quick look at oakland there. 880 shows you the volume. very manageable through this area. back to you. >> thank you, mike. coming up, taking action for higher wages. the strikes that could impact
you getting breakfast on the go this morning. facebook does something that is really cool or really creepy or possibly both. we'll take a look coming up. republican candidates taking center stage for their latest debate. tonight, tough questions. ben carson could be facing about his past and his narrative. republican presidentia
what does this round hold? this time in milwaukee. >> maybe some good sound clips from them, as well. the focus of the debate is expected to be the economy, but questions about ben carson's past might take center stage on this one. tracie potts live in washington with a preview of what we can expect. good morning, tracie. >> hey, laura and sam. the questions have come up since the last debate and he answered them, but a lot of concerns of what he said and what he did and did not do many years ago. that could come up tonight. jeb bush and marco rubio got into it at the last debate and this time they're going after the same key endorsement. here's what it looks like at the historic milwaukee theater ahead of tonight's debate with donald trump and ben carson center stage. trump going after carson and marco rubio at a late-night rally in illinois. >> these are people with no experience. these are people that never met a payroll. >> reporter: carson face s toug
questions about his past. >> they do have an actual vendetta or an agenda against some of these candidates. >> responsible for the personal stories we tell about our lives. >> pal, you haven't seen nugging yet. >> i'm honored to be here with scott walker. >> marco rubio and jeb bush are courting the state governor former candidate scott walker. nbc has learned that rubio met with walker last night. >> we still have time to get this right, but we do not have forever. >> reporter: an endorsement from wa walker to give each candidate much-needed support, even from evangelicals. the focus tonight, the economy. look for questions about jobs and taxes. the transpacific partnership and that going to take job uz way from america as many republicans have said or the oil pipeline that the president just blocked is that going to create jobs or would it create jobs?
they could also talk about interest rates. donald trump has said that the fed should be boosting rates now that the economy is doing better. >> tracie, many hope the issues are what we're talking about. fast food workers are organizing all-day strikes around the bay area. part of a nationwide action. today's strike involves workers in 270 different cities. in the bay area, that includes at least one restaurant in san jose, san francisco and oakland. fast food workers are generally among the lowest paid workers anywhere. the fast food restaurants argue that the typical entry level position can often lead to much better jobs else where in the workforce. we've all probably done this. you take a picture of your friends and you promise to send it to them. >> only to forget. >> scott mcgrew is working a way to remind you, hey, send that photo. >> facebook has gotten smart
enough, sam. it knows who your friend are and what they look like. photo magic will notice you have taken a picture of your friends and say, hey, send them the picture. these are my stock photo friends. the service will roll out slowly to users and you do have to give it permission to do this, to access the information from your phone's camera. like with so many things with facebook, when you start it it kind of sounds creepy and then after a while you get used to it and it sounds entirely normal. swiss watchmaker is working with google android here in town just released a smart watch product. this is not a real screen. this is a computer screen. a 1,500 there computerized time piece. looks like a traditional watch more or less. the part i really like, if you decide after several years you don't like it, they'll give you credit towards one of their regular mechanical watches. let's check your news before the bell. let's turn to landon dowdy at
cnbc world headquarters. good morning, landon. >> hey, scott, good morning to you. more red arrows on wall street afters suffered their worst day in six weeks on monday. the dow is back in the red for the year and investors are readjusting their portfolios on fears that the fed could pull the trigger on an interest rate hike next month. dow falling 179 points to 17730. the nasdaq losing 51 to 1595. scott, back over to you. >> thank you. target has decided to go along with other stores and be open on thanksgiving. opening up at 6:00 thanksgiving night. cnbc says target will have interesting ideas like buy an ipad and get a gift card. some like target are advertising they're open and other like rei are going out of the way to let you know they will not be open. not on thanksgiving and not on the day after thanksgiving. i've been looking at data and i'll bring it to you another
day, sam and laura. not only in the bay area not only do shoppers not only particularly approve of being open on thanksgiving, but they don't shop on thanksgiving. black friday & internet and delivery, we sort of shop all year round for the holidays more than we used to. >> get what you want when you want it. >> you would never be able to tell based on our coverage, though. >> we thrive on that stuff. we love it. >> bob redell at whatever shopping center. it's true. kind of amazing. have you ever camped out? >> i have never camped out. i rarely camp out when it's called camping. >> he's a glamper. >> exactly. >> you could totally see mike with the air conditioning. >> called room service, baby. >> this morning you need the heater because it is really cool out there. and this is the kind of weather we'll have to get used to as we head deeper into fall. as we take a live look outside right now and san francisco, you can see that it's nice and quiet. no rain and we won't see that
for a few more days we dry out from the heavy downpours we had yesterday and it's now 47 degrees in san francisco and the peninsula. the south bay at 45 degrees and let's take a closer look there where we have 45 grees now at santa theresa and 43 degrees downtown and allenrock park at 46 degrees. and north bay 46 degrees. as we go through the day, here's your morning commute. and just pick out where you live and keep an eye on that. we will start out with a few clouds here and there, but all of thatting out by lunchtime. and if you're heading outside for lunch, taking a walk down the street to the sandwich shop, it will be cool still in the up toer 50s all across the bay area. some of us making it into the low 60s and by the time you drive home, our temperature starts to dip back to right around 60 degrees. so, mostly sunny and breezy. look for a high of 63 degrees in palo alto and financial district
also at 61 degrees and 64 in santa rosa and oakland 62 and pleasanton up to 64 degrees. heading into the next few days, this system moving to the east, taking it the rain, but still snowing in the sierra. and we will have several days of cool and dry weather staying breezy and here we go. another chance of rain in the forecast for sunday also leading into monday. how is it looking out there for the commute, mike? >> kari, it's looking great. 580. we have a good amount of traffic. tuesday the heaviest volume of the week and look at your maps not see quite as heavy as on a typical tuesday because tomorrow is veteran day holiday for many schools and some schools are getting today or part of today off. that will disrupt the flow for a lot of parents in the area. so far standard flow into livermore and no surprises. eni zooming out looking at the major bay area and no major incident to report except at the top of the screen and reports of a vehicle that is stuck there at
the off ramp and that person called chp and said, look, i'm very concerned. cars are whizzing by but stay to the left, if you can, passing by that vehicle. meanwhile, the bay bridge toll plaza, no real problems. back to you. >> thanks, mike. coming up next, one thing drivers maybe like even less than traffic the red light tickets that you end up with. coming up next, the investigative unit looks into one forced to tear up a half million dollars in tickets.
exclusive: ==laura/2shot== you might be off the hook for running that red light. 5:24. now to an investigative unit exclusive. you might be off the hook for running that red. a bay area city is voiding hundreds of tickets all because we uncovered a problem with those red light cameras. >> tickets are being ripped up and money is being refunded. a closer look at his exclusive investigation. >> good morning, you might call it an early holiday gift from the city of san mateo. right now 948 bay area drivers are receiving letters rescinding the red light camera tickets and those that already paid are getting checks in the mail. why? our investigation during the past three months uncovered two traffic lights in the city of san mateo that were not properly timed. making the tickets invalid. the lights are located at
saratoga and hillsdale and hillsdale and norfolk in san mateo. all started when andre clement reachedute the nbc bay area investigative unit. he convinced the judge the yellow light timing was off for a ticket he received in san mateo. our questions prompted the city to look closer and that's where the mistakes were identified. nearly 1,000 tickets already rescinded and the city continues to investigate. now, we wanted to talk to some of the drivers who got their tickets torn up, but the city won't give us that list. so, we need your help. if you got a letter or a check from the city of san mateo clearing you of a red light camera ticket, we're asking you to call our tip line because we want to talk with you. if you'd like to see our complete investigation, it's also available right now online at nbcbayarea.com and you'll find it on the home page. with the nbc bay area investigative unit. >> tony, thank you. if you have a tip for our
investigative unit, give us a call at 888-996-tips or send us an e-mail. coming up, a cyberattack leaves the bay area's biggest city off line. how hackers managed to flood the system. scott mcgrew breaks it down for us. a chaotic scene in san leandro neighborhood overnight. what witnesses said led up to an suv slamming into a home and pinning the woman against the vehicle. joining us. i'm sam brock.
=laura/2shot= and i'm laura garcia cannon. and a good tuesday morning. thank you for joining us, i'm sam brock. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. we got a big soaking yesterday, kari. >> we did. it's all clearing out and our temperatures are dropping behind that cold front and a chilly start to the day and dry and breezy as we get a look outside right now. it is 34 degrees in the north bay, while 47 degrees in the peninsula. look for a high today of 60 degrees there at south bay. 62 degrees in san francisco and 61 degrees. i'll show you the forecast for the rest of the week and the weekend, which includes more rain coming up. let's check in now with mike to see how it's going at the bay bridge. >> kari, going slowly at the bay bridge. we expect this on a tuesday. the backup is here and the metering lights not officially on, but we do see that this is natern pattern they see. there it is, about mid-parking lot for the lightest of the lanes and the crash just cleared from this area. look at your map.
marked here but didn't see any slowing and over here, the off shore ramp for san pablo and also a disabled vehicle. be careful at the off ramp and a new crash south 680 and we're still waiting for chp to arrive. no slowing showed up just yet. we are following breaking news for you this morning. take a look at this, an suv slammed into a home in san leandro overnight pinning a woman in her bed and an investigation into what happened is now under way off farnsworth and purdue streets just west of interstate 880 in san leandro. >> bob redell joining us life. witnesses involved a chaotic scene involving that car just flying through their neighborhood. >> the witness also describes a horrific sound. the screams of a familically trying to save their 25-year-old daughter, who was pinned underneath an suv as she slept inside her bedroom here on farnsworth farnsworth and purdue after the
suv came crashing around 9:30 last night. the driver lost control as he came speeding down farnsworth and jumped the curb and slammed into the side of the garage which was converted for a bedroom. the woman ended up pinned underneath the car and she had to be cuse e rescued and taken hospital. the witness believes that the person, the driver was going at around 100 miles an hour at the time of the crash. >> he went straight through the stop sign and he realized he was on the wrong side of the street and trying to get over and we heard the brakes and then he went straight through the house. >> san leandro police are still looking into whether drugs or alcohol were involved or something else that led up to this horrific crash. again, a 25-year-old woman pinned underneath an suv in her home here in sanleandro. bob redell, "today in the bay."
>> thank you very much, bob. now to a deadly hostage standoff that unfolded in a quiet south bay neighborhood. police say an officer is wounded and the gunman and his female hostage are dead this morning. "today in the bay" kris sanchez joins us live this morning. neighbors describe the scene as a war zone. >> they say it was really like a war zone which is the s.w.a.t unit for the san jose police department and forced from their homes and in the end it was not enough to save the life of that woman who was taken hostage in home right here behind me. now, san jose police first got that call about the hostage situation about 2:00 in the afternoon when the suspect entered the home. police say before he went into the home and took that woman by force, he fired two shots into the ground. immediately police set up a perimeter, evacuated neighbors from the surrounding homes so that police could try to make, come up with a plan to get to the man inside. the chp even shut down the
freeway ramp to highway 85 for a while just to contain the situation. we're not confirming how the suspect and the woman he took hostage knew each other, but neighbors say the standoff was really unlike anything they've seen in this before. about three hours after the standoff started, it was over. police say the man came out of the home with a handgun there were shots exchanged and then the suspect fell. officers rushed into the home, but by that point, it was too late. >> stunned. i've lived here for about 30 years and i can't recall anything like this happening in my neighborhood. >> now, you mentions that there was a san jose police officer who was shot. he was crazed by a bullet and his injuries are nonlife threatening. students at a nearby high school were on lock down for the afternoon hours as they were doing their activities. certainly we predict that they'll be talking about, today. in san jose, kris sanchez, "today in the bay."
>> thank you very much, kris. 5:33. happening today the debate ramps up about fan safety and alcohol sales at levi stadium. they'll meet to further discuss ways for alcohol induced violence. one idea to cut off alcohol sales at halftime instead of after the third quarter. three men have been charged with assaulting a minnesota fan. police say they've responded to 24 reports of assault since the stadium opened last year. the bay area's largest city is back on line this morning after a massive cyberattack slowed things down for days. let's bring in our business and techer scott mcgrew now with a much closer look at what happened. scott, you say this is probably not the work of professionals. >> yeah, because of the type of hack, sam. we're not talking about the deep invasion into data that we'd see when we're -- this was a denial of service attack. really, the oldest and most simple sort of internet attack. it knocked the police department's website off line
for a while. now, in a denial of service attack, hackers send massive amounts of data to one site overming it and shutting it down. if this were tennis, you could think of the web server as serena williams and the attack is a tennis ball machine. one machine is fine and 1,000 machines not so much. we're talking not about an invasive attack that steals data as much as an annoying hack that causes sites to stall. now, sam, the obvious question here is why. why did this happen? who was doing it? that's not clear, but the city of san jose says they've been able to make the adjustments, hand that extra data and the sites are back up online this morning. >> but it was crippling enough and lasted several days before they could get it back. >> thank you very much, scott mcgrew from our newsroom. happening today the city of san jose considering easing the brakes a bit and taxi drivers not thrilled about that.
planning to respond with anotherer strike than the ones they staged yesterday. as we showed you yesterday, hundreds of drivers held a protest and at maneta international airport that left many travelers skranded. make sure you contact someone. south bay taxi drivers fuming over a city plan to lift regulations against ride-sharing companies. one involves fingerprinting requirements which taxi drivers have to follow. to coincide, taxi drivers plan to expand their strike citywide. they're promising to at least double the number of drivers taking part. no more heading. that's the word from u.s. soccer when it comes to kids on the field. it's all in an effort to reduce the number of concussions for youth soccer players. "today in the bay" stephanie chuang live in our newsroom. this protocol follows litigation that was filed, i understand, in
san francisco. >> that's right. players and parents sued u.s. soccer over the issue of concussion on the field. they didn't want monetary damages, but they wanted changes to the rules and they got. the settlement was announced yesterday and the u.s. soccer federation announced new guidelines for u.s. youth national teams. we're taking mainly three things. banning soccer players ten years and younger from ever heading the ball. limiting players 11 to 13 to head the ball only during games, not practice. and instead of coaches having medical professionals on the field can stay in the game. u.s. soccer says these rules are really to accomplish a couple things. first, improve concussion awareness and education and also to build more around on how to manage concussion. u.s. soccer says it consult would the medical science community in creating the new protocols and guidelines. there are, of course, reactions. we heard from social media mike vincent tweeting, this is why the u.s. will never be good.
response from taylor trelmen who told you, can't tell you how emotional i am. that progress is being made and can't wait to see it come to fruition. from 2002 to 2008 or 2009, but his career was ended by a serious concussion. a very personal issue for the now 35-year-old. live here in our san francisco newsroom, stephanie drrxchuang, "today in the bay." >> the stage is set for the latest round of gop political fireworks. tonight political contenders take part in their histdebate. once again focus on the economy, but many expect gop frontrunner ben carson to get a dose of questions this time around, including something about his life history. carson's claims have been facing tough scrutiny. opponents including christy and mike huckabee say it's all part of the job description.
>> responsible for the personal stories we tell about our lives. >> you ain't seen nothing yet. >> as with other debates, there will be an undercard debate. the main debate scheduled to start at 6:00 p.m. pacific. "wall street journal" and fox business news are moderating. plenty of snow activity blanketing the sierra and reno this morning. all of that from yesterday's storm that hit the bay area. as you can imagine, skiers, snowboard, they were delighted by the wintry conditions after four years of drought. here in the bay area, no snow but feel like winter today. meteorologist kari hall joining us now. >> there may be freezing temperatures for north bay interior valleys. now, as we start out, we're all feeling the chill and as we go through the day, it just warms up a bit, but a lot of sunshine. and at noon, we're still in the 50s. in the peninsula 57 degrees and
san francisco 58 degrees and east bay 59 and by 4:00 as you're heading home, in the lower 60s. the east bay 64 and the tri-valley 63 degrees. a little bit more comfortable, but you'll probably be wearing long sleeves all day. i'll show you the rest of the forecast and a look ahead to the weekend coming up. let's check in now with to see if the metering lights are on yet. >> they are awfully on, kari. this shot doesn't look much different than a few minutes ago. we're showing the backup and the slower drive for those sensors coming off the berkeley curve and crash over there at san pablo and the off ramp was affected. watch the slowing for the off ramp and over here, there is a slow lane and consider that blocked as there is a vehicle there, as well. sounds like it might have been the spinout, but there's no rain, but there may be slicker excisions still on the road side and the surface streets. over here southbound 680 and there is a pickup reported. i don't know about lanes yet and i don't see any slowing yet. chp is slow to arrive and little
build for the tri-valley and that is. coming up next, a federal appeals court throws a wrench in president obama's immigration plan why the president says the fight is not over yet. flus, it's the higher intellect. but does it have a sexual assault issue? the disconnect between san francisco university and its students over the severity of the problem. got a tip for nbc bay area investigative unit? call 1-888-996-tips or e-mail theunit@nbcb email@example.com. nbc bay area, we investigate. a leading bay area lawmaker is
lending her support to current and former stanford students who a leading bay area lawmaker is lending her support to current and former stanford students who are victims of sexual violence. attended an on-campus summit focused on sexual assaults and better protections for victims. the school's rate of sexual assaults is vastly underestimated. will take action to strengthen the policing of on-campus sexual assault. >> what we need to do is to make sure there is enforcement and change the culture. >> spear co-authored a campus violence bill and among other things increase federal focus on federal university violence and
provide more money for criminal investigations. 5:45. after months of protests from students and faculty, the president of the university of missouri has resigned. tim wolf's leadership was in question after students claim he did not do enough to intervene and deal with racial issues on the campus at mizzou. the threat of a walkout by member the football team led to his resignation. this after several racially charged incidents on campus, including a swastika drawn on a dorm wall and racial slurs shotted at students. the chancellor announced he will be stepping down, as well, at the end of the year. president obama's immigration reform a federal appeals court ruled yesterday the president cannot use the power of his office to protect undocumented immigrants. 26 states sued to block the obama administration's plan to stop the deportation of undocumented parents of undocumented children. despite the setback, the
president's fight is not over. he still has time and is expected to take his case to the supreme court. the supreme court could hear his case within the next three to six months. if california ever were to enact medical benefits, about half would have incomes low enough to qualify. that's the findings of a new study by public policy institute. researchers found that nearly 1.5 million undocumented immigrants would be eligible for the government-funded health care program. in june, governor brown signed a state budget funding the plan for about 170,000 undocumented children under the age of 19. at the time, state lawmakers dropped the issue for adults. great britain is also dealing with its own flood of undocumented immigrants. >> enough of a problem, scott mcgrew. >> they come through greece or hungary. once they're in, it's much easier to move from country to
country within the union. and this is one of the problems that britain is also dealing with. now, remember, england, scotland are part of the ue, not the euro but part of the eu. will send a capital to the eu with a list of demands for great britain to in the union. british voters are going to decide in a kingdom-wide referendum. back here at home, the u.s. treasury is pushing americans to try out that myra the retirement fund that president obama introduced in the state of the union speech. white house officials call it a stepping stone to savings. the idea is you can contribute as little as you wish, start with $1 and set aside a dollar a week and more would be better, but some is better than none. >> so, people can decide how much they want to save or how little they want to save. it is completely within the
discretion of the individual. and they can do it in a way that is completely safe. it's backed by the u.s. treasury. and, in a way where there are no fees. it's not as if any money that you are putting aside is going into somebody else's pocket. >> the assistant deputy secretary of the treasury. that's the key difference he is talking about is no fees because you can walk into any bank and pony up a couple bucks and open up a traditional iras. the fees may be about the same amount of money you set aside. like buying a single stock if you make $10 on that share but cost you $10 to sell it, you just made nothing. this is something that is available to just about anyone, sam and laura, you can google it. myra and guaranteed by the government. again, they're pushing it as a way for americans to start saving something, anything. >> right, exactly. >> it is very important. >> thank you very much, scott.
unveiling today in the south bay. a large mural finally complete. it's a 4,000 square foot mural titled of the free which is unveiled on second street right near san jose. the mural is painted on a wall of san jose bar and grill. all part of the program from the downtown association to celebrate the people and the places that make san jose, silicon val and the whole area in california great. but unveiling will happen at 2:00 this afternoon. >> it is hard because the wall isn't big enough for your face. the feds aes are adding up long overdue book and food may be the key ingraediaedient. library branches in most of the cities in that county, 18, i think, are making a unique offer to book delinquents. starting on monday, outstanding fines will be waived for donations of nonperishable food and the donations go to the
second harvest food bank. the drawing will last until the end of the year. >> this is such a better alternative than having those librarians come to your house and stalk you. >> they could be nasty. >> i don't know what library you guys go to. >> wow. >> a little bit overdue. >> what are you checking out? >> and rain has been hard to come by, but it's looking much better now as we finally get some of those good soakers moving into the bay area. we had one yesterday. now it's drying out. mostly clear skies as we take a live look now at san jose. you can see the road behind the downtown area. it is moving. so, things are looking better, even though we did have an early morning, rain shower moving through san jose. a look at some of those 24-hour rain totals. 0.6 fell in gilroy. that does not include what you had on sunday. and livermore about 0.5 and about the same in palo alto and
in san francisco, about 0.3. it was nice to start out the week, once again, with some rain. now those temperatures are cooling off. 47 degrees in sunnyvale and san francisco and 37 degrees now in santa rosa. let's take it hour by hour in san jose. we do still see some cloud throughout the morning and at 11:00, we're at 53 degrees and bright sunshine at lunchtime and 55 degrees. we will briefly see those highs touching into the low 60s, but staying generally in the upper 50s all throughout the afternoon with sunny skies and a breezy wind. and look for a high of 59 degrees in burlingame and the castro at 60 degrees and upper 50s to lower 60s for the north bay, as well as the east bay. oakland 62 degrees and livermore today up to 65 degrees. our temperatures slightly cooler than average now this cold front has moved through. it's still dumping some snow over the sierra. they're really looking good with
those snowfall totals. but into the next few days, we'll draw out and that system moving well to the east and another cold front by sunday and looks like it could be wet once again sunday night into the monday morning commute. let's see what the commute looks like with mike. >> tuesday heavier traffic seems to be a weekly event, as well. seeing the slow down typical time here. this is northbound 101 for this area just before 6:00 we see things really slamming down. see it start to clear over the next few. look at your map, only right there at the camera. just on the north side of 680 and 280 from northbound 101. a slight build in the volume, as well, throughout the south bay and tuesday the heavier volume, we'll expect to see more slowing throughout all of your bay area commutes. right now the crash south 680 in burnell not a major issue. the chp has to confirm that and the two crashes on the upper east shore that have cleared and bay bridge metering lights are on and the build just slight for the north bay and southbound
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>> yeah, you know, i'm a cop first. so, i did this before and it's always frustrating. tonight at 11:00, looking at how a change in the law is making it easier for burglars to break into cars. if you have a tip, give us a call 888-996-tips. speaking of car break-ins. two san francisco club promoters are so fed up with them, they're taking matters into their own hands and teaming up to handle security out of their shows. the hubahuba but promoters say numbers are slipping. smash and grabs near 11th and folsom are keeping them at home. now promoters are expanding their security plans to allow guards to secure the streets. >> i'm the romer. i make sure the cars don't get broken into.
anything you need help with? >> usually it's fine and then they leave. >> after months of the one-man patr patrol, promoters believe it's helping. senate lawmakers today are going to try to use their political muscle and clout to block white house efforts to close guantanamo bay prison. the senate expected to pass a bill the moving of gitmo detainees to the united states. president obama has been trying to close the prison since he was president. he was campaigning on it since 2008. the new legislation all part of the bill passed last week in the house of representatives and also at the center of a debate over whether the president needs congressional approval to move detainees or could be done with an executive order. right now at 6:00, police in the east bay trying to figure out why the driver of an suv lost control, crash under to a housh and seriously hurt a young woman asleep inside. plus, san jose back online. the impact hackers had on the
city without many of us knowing anything about it. and a potential game changer. the new rule coming to soccer to keep kids safe. "today in the bay" starts right now. and a good tuesday morning, thank you for joining us. i'm sam brock. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. mike is keeping tabs on the morning commute. at least it's drier on the streets out there. kari, the rain not making a comeback for a bit. >> no, all moving off from the east and still snow in the sierra. from here in the bay area, just school. 35 degrees while the rest of us are in the mid up to eupper 40s. expect a high of 65 degrees and east bay up to 61 degrees. we'll look at all the microclimates and a look athead the weeke to the weekend coming up. >> we'll show you a slower through the south bay and north 101 at 680. this is lasting longer than we sometimes see at this time of
day. we'll look at the map and show you pretty short as far as d duration. that volume is building. we typically see things ease up and kick in again at 6:30. this might be different. heading into downtown, as well. we'll track this for the south bay. no alarm, but just a note of what i'm tracking. the trend here, southbound 880 through hayward and union city. that's a typical time right off of o238 and the castro valley. no problems for the tri-valley. just your build into livermore out of the altamont pass. there's the east shore and bay bridge metering lights are on. smooth drive and starting build out of novato to san rafael. back to you. breaking news from the east bay. an suv slams right through a san leandro home pinning a woman underneath the car as she was sleeping in her bed. >> happened near the corner of farnsworth and purdue street and just east of interstate 88. bob